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  • ID: I04602
  • Name: Nicklas (Coleman) KUHLMANN
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 5 FEB 1706 in Strausburg, Alsace-Lorraine, GERMANY
  • Death: 1784 in Mecklenburg (nka Cabarrus) County, North Carolina USA
  • Event: Oath Of Allegiance 3 OCT 1768 Aboard the Ship Pennsylvania Packet; Robert Gill, Master, from London, England
  • Immigration: 30 OCT 1768 Ship Pennsylvania Packet, Robert Gill (Master) from London
  • Burial: 1784 North Carolina USA
  • Reference Number: IND4739
  • Note:
    Nicklas/Nicholas Kuhlmann/Coleman and Margaret (unknown) are my paternal
    6th great-grandparents.

    My descendancy is then via MARK COLEMAN and wife NANCY WELCH. Then their
    son DANIEL COLEMAN, Sr. and wife REGINA "Rachel" HOUSE.


    NICKLAS KUHLMANN or Nicholas Kuhlman, Americanized their surname to
    COLEMAN after arriving on American soil. The whole family immigrated to
    America aboard the "Ship Pennsylvania Packet", arriving 31 October 1768.
    Nicholas Coleman, and Jacob Coleman (believed to be a son of Nicholas
    Coleman) also signed the ship roster 03 October 1768. The Coleman family,
    like so many other German immigrants, made the long trek down the Great
    Wagon Road from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, through the Valley of
    Virginia, to the foot hills of Carolina. They settled in the Dutch
    Buffalo Creek area of what is now Cabarrus County, North Carolina. My
    branch of COLEMAN eventually migrated even further west through Georgia
    into present day southeastern or "Wiregrass" Alabama.

    The wife of NICKLAS KUHLMANN aka NICHOLAS COLEMAN was Margaret (maiden
    name unknown). Nicolas and Margaret Coleman reared a family of at least
    three sons. Their names were Jacob Coleman (born prior to 1755, died
    1786), Mark Coleman (born prior to 1755, died 1817), and Philip Coleman
    (born prior to 1755, died after 5 May, 1828).

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    About Mecklenburg and Cabarrus Counties, NC:
    Cabarrus County, North Carolina, was formed in 1792 from Mecklenburg
    County. It was named in honor of Stephen Cabarrus, (1754-1808) of
    Edenton, several times a member of the Legislature and four times speaker
    of the House of Commons. It is in the south central section of the State
    and is bounded by Stanly, Union, Mecklenburg, Iredell and Rowan counties.
    The present land area is 364.10 square miles and the 1990 population was
    98,935. In 1795 an act was passed naming commissioners to erect a
    courthouse on the land of Samuel Hugey which had already been selected as
    a proper place for the county seat. They were to lay out the town of
    Concord. Concord was incorporated in 1806, and is the county seat. Source
    URL: http://www.rootsweb.com/~nccabar2/index.htm .




    Father: Jacobi KUHLMANN b: 26 APR 1686 in Evangelisch, Roedinghausen, Westfalen, GERMANY
    Mother: Apolonia CONIGUM b: 1678 in FRANCE

    Marriage 1 Margaret [--?--] b: BET 1698 AND 1718 in GERMANY
    • Married: ABT 1731 in Strausburg, Alsace-Lorraine, GERMANY
    Children
    1. Has Children Jacob COLEMAN b: ABT 1754 in Strausburg, Alsace-Lorraine, GERMANY
    2. Has Children Mark COLEMAN b: ABT 1755 in Strausburg, Alsace-Lorraine, GERMANY
    3. Has No Children Phillip COLEMAN b: ABT 1755 in Strausburg, Alsace-Lorraine, GERMANY
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